PHPM 567 Global Health Epidemiology

Instructor(s): Jay D. Kravitz, MD, MPH

Course Description This course challenges students to apply epidemiological principles to address problems and diseases found in lower income nations and among displaced persons in the context of a matrix of social, political, economic, resource-poor, and ethical "environments." Instructor will provide necessary background regarding health issues to stimulate discussion and analysis aimed at preventing or mitigating complex impediments to health.

Credits 3

Term Offered Winter

Prerequisite PHPM 512 Epidemiology I AND PHPM 524 Introduction to Biostatistics I or BSTA 511 Estimation and Hypothesis Testing for Applied Biostatistics, or permission of instructor